Cynthia Clay


Cynthia Clay's full length plays “A Kiss for Cupid,” “Flesh and Blooders,” and two of her one-acts “Music of Broken Water” and “The Romance of Belisa and Don Perloba in the Moonlit Garden” were produced at Storycrafter Studio on Miami Beach during 2013 and 2014. When Storycrafter Studio reopened in 2016 in North Miami, it produced Clay's full length play "The Wish Maker," winter holiday musical "Beware the Jabberwocky" and one-act commedia del arte piece "Boom! Boom! Comedy Boom!" Her plays have been produced in MA, Santa Fe, NM, as well as Miami, FL. She is the author of Vector Theory and the Plot Structures of Literature and Drama as well as novels, plays, a short story collection, and co-contributing editor to an award winning anthology of poetry. She was invited to Russia to deliver her paper, “The Application of Vector Theory to Literature and Drama” at the international conference “Languages of Science, Languages of Art” and was chased by the KGB.